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Tens of thousands of worshipers gather in St Peter's Square to witness the display.

The Vatican has publicly unveiled what are believed to be the bone fragments of St. Peter, the first pope.

The Church says that the remains were found in a tomb with Peter's name on the wall 72 years ago and the fragments are now being put in display for the first time.

The discovery has been the subject of scientific debate.



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Comment by Napoleon Bonaparte on November 29, 2013 at 2:50pm

@ Matt Warren - See if the YouTube video below works. If not, I will download it, upload to a Romanian site, then embed it here.

So they found a collection of bones with St. Peters name on it during the second world war and kept it a secret ? The Vatican should scientifically date the bones if they have any guts or credibility. Otherwise, they can take their bones and fuck off. It's just a shroud of bullshit like the Shroud of Turin.

Comment by Napoleon Bonaparte on November 29, 2013 at 2:34pm

Vatican displays first Pope's bones

Comment by matt warren on November 27, 2013 at 2:50pm
why dont they submit them for scientific analyzation? oh ya....that may show that its a fraud! just like the shroud! p.s. I live in california..U.S. (dont hate me) and can not view this vid because of the filthy restrictions.
Comment by Napoleon Bonaparte on November 25, 2013 at 8:43pm

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